The Tropical Storm Lydia, will produce heavy rains in Baja California Sur, as well as wind gusts of 40 to 60 kilometers per hour and waves between 1 meter and 3 meters high, the National Water Commission warned (With water).
The meteor moves slowly, at a speed of 6 kilometers per hour, however, it will favor the presence of very strong to heavy rains, in different areas of Sinaloa, Nayarit, Jalisco and Colima, he added.
The director of the organization, Germán Martínez Santoyo, points out that although the event is located 805 kilometers south-southwest of Cabo San Lucas, and 925 kilometers west-southwest of Manzanillo, in Colima, Its effects will be felt in various areas of the Pacific Ocean.
Lidia will become a Hurricane this Monday
In his message, he added an infographic where he presented more information about the development of Hurricane Lidia and how it is expected to develop. until it became, around noon this Monday, October 9, a Category 1 Hurricane.
The material says that Lydia It will continue as a Tropical Storm until this Sunday, but on Monday, around 12:00 noon, it may intensify and reach a Category 1 Hurricane, a condition where it will remain until Tuesday, October 10.
For Wednesday, October 11, already on the ground, The meteor may again be downgraded to a Tropical Storm.
The event moves slowly and presents wide bands of cloud, repeated the director of With water.